One necessary part of early childhood development is learning hand-eye coordination. Teaching hand-eye coordination is essential for kids to develop skills as basic as throwing a ball, to more complex fine motor skills like improving handwriting. Kids can learn basic hand-eye coordination at a young age by playing with blocks, putting together puzzles, and playing basic games. Find all of these resources and more.
Jigsaw Surreal Collection
Just a bit of fun, 5 jigsaws in each set. 400 x 400, 16 pieces against the timer (3 minutes). Good for hand/eye coordination. Not age restrictive. Try the free sample!